Durham: Career Reinvention When Change Happens


Date and Time

Starts:04/26/2022 6:00 PM

Ends:04/26/2022 7:30 PM

Registration Closes:04/25/2022 8:00 AM

Event Type: Career Discussion Group

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Location:
Zoom

Price:

Members Free or Optional $5 Donation, Non-Members $30 + tax

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As HR Practitioners we are always called upon to help organizations make sense of disruptions in the workplace and assist employees in transitioning within or without the company. However, when we are personally impacted by change and wish to make the necessary career transition, we seek out help from other sources. Hiring a Career Coach is not always possible. What career challenges are you confronting now? Suppose you can coach yourself through your career challenges while leveraging your strengths. What are you willing to do to reinvent yourself?

This 90-minute complimentary workshop might be helpful in your career reinvention if you are:
1. Preparing for or in the process of reinventing yourself in the service of your career transition
2. Ready to reimagine your future and looking for a generative process to make that happen
3. Looking to build your capacity for change while coping with the disruptions in your career

This short virtual workshop will also provide you ideas on how to help others who might be in the same boat of career reinvention. As HR Practitioners, we always come from a position of helping others. But as is the case in everything else, you will be in a better position to help others after helping yourself first.

1. Developing people requires HR Practitioners to see the lay of the land at any given time. The skill of finding opportunities for employee development begins at their ability to find opportunities to develop their own careers, and in the process learn how to help others to do the same.
2. Organizational need for effective talent management requires the big-picture view of human resource as only HR Practitioners can. Succession planning calls for identifying strengths, identifying career aspirations, and facilitating development. The best way to learn is planning for one’s own development.
3. Managing productivity calls on the HR Practitioners to create programs that help to motivate employees. Work-life conversations always include career growth and helping employees find fulfilment. This begins with the HR Practitioners finding their own fulfilling careers so they could help others.

Learning Objectives

1. Developing people requires HR Practitioners to see the lay of the land at any given time. The skill of finding opportunities for employee development begins at their ability to find opportunities to develop their own careers, and in the process learn how to help others to do the same.
2. Organizational need for effective talent management requires the big-picture view of human resource as only HR Practitioners can. Succession planning calls for identifying strengths, identifying career aspirations, and facilitating development. The best way to learn is planning for one’s own development.
3. Managing productivity calls on the HR Practitioners to create programs that help to motivate employees. Work-life conversations always include career growth and helping employees find fulfilment. This begins with the HR Practitioners finding their own fulfilling careers so they could help others.

“Learning & Giving Back!  As suggested by HRPA members and as part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, HRPA has identified Indspire and Black Youth Helpline as recommended charities. Should you wish to support please select the $5 donation option upon checkout. Thank you!” 

Registration Difficulties or Questions? Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator, Rebecca Lauzon at rlauzon@hrpa.ca

Speaker bio(s)
Regina Cajucom, CHRP, CHRL

Gina Cajucom is an ICF-Certified Coach that promotes better workplace conversations #betterconversationsatwork using ©Authentic Workplace Engagement (AWE). Having seen the organization in its duality and having worked to align employee aspirations with business goals, Gina commits to work toward work-life integration while contributing to bottom-line business results through leadership coaching. With over 15 years of experience in human resources management (H.R.) and organizational development (O.D.), her stints in coaching emerging leaders and executives across industries awakened her passion for leadership development and work-life integration. This unique experience inspired her to help young leaders and professionals with their career management challenges within or without their organizations through Career Coefficient www.careercoefficient.ca. A Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) in Canada, Gina had two years of graduate study in M.S. Human Resources Management at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila and has completed a Master’s Certificate in Organizational Development (MCOD) from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. Her extensive training in co-active coaching techniques with the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and Solution-Focused Brief Coaching with the University of Toronto complements her undergraduate degree in B.S. Psychology. She currently contributes to the development of Brief Coaching in the Philippines in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching www.briefcoaching.ca. She also volunteers her time with The Coaching Fellowship www.tcfs.org helping young international women leaders of impact accelerate their leadership potential.


Lisa Latorcai, Consultant

Lisa Latorcai is a founder and principal in Amadeus Consulting. An expert in adult learning. Lisa is an engaging facilitator and leadership strategist. She partners with leadership teams to help them understand their impact on Company Culture and how they can empower and better align their employees. Ultimately, Lisa helps people (and companies) be the best version of themselves, in authentic ways, that drive results. She has worked with companies to designing learning solutions and facilitating workshops across Canada and internationally.